dowable [dou-uh-buh l] Word Origin adjective Law.

  1. subject to the provision of a dower: dowable land.
  2. entitled to dower.

Origin of dowable 1425–75; late Middle English Anglo-French; see endow, -able British Dictionary definitions for dowable dowable adjective law

  1. capable of being endowed
  2. (of a person, esp a widow) entitled to dower

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